The top three seeds in the 2013 US Open make up the past three winners of the final Grand Slam of the season. The tournament's top seed, Novak Djokovic, would like to avenge last year's five-set loss to 3-seed Andy Murray, while No. 2 seed Rafael Nadal looks to be the last man standing on Arthur Ashe Court for the first time since 2010. Who will take home the title? Click the images below to set your rankings!
Rafael Nadal won his seventh French Open after defeating Novak Djokovic. Is he the best active men's player?
lamsterca: "Nadal was so close in beating Djokovic earlier this year in AO final. So, why wouldn't anyone be shocking that Nadal beat Djokovic on his best surface? I'm actually surprised that Nadal lost a set in the final. I thought he would've won without even losing a set. Up until his final on Sunday, Nadal didn't even face a set point."
tericed1982: "Nadal is playing in a weak clay court era that is why he won so many trophies. Without Racket Technology, he will be nothing more than an average player"
majella77: "But Rafa's comments are illuminating as they are gracious. He called Djoker the best player in the world, and there's little argument to be made. Was hoping for a Djokovic win to keep alive the possible 'Golden Slam'."
SofaKing339843934: "Don't kid yourselves Roger fans, Federer is not winning another major unless both Nadal and Novak are injured at the same time"
sfgenesis: "Federer still can beat those guys in best of 3 indoors... he crushes them. But all the outdoor courts are slow... he doesn't stand a chance in a best of 5 when u must beat one of friday then the other on sunday."
read-this: "Nadal is really pretty unbelievable. In a few years I think we'll have said we've possibly seen the best two players in tennis history come before our eyes in the past decade or so....federer and nadal."